Many people donned fancy dress costume to support the Brigg Halloween Decathlon 2019 held at the weekend.
The enjoyable event on Saturday evening (November 2) followed a cross-town route taking in 10 bars. And for the organisers it was definitely all fright on the night!
These 16 pictures were taken at the final venues visited - the Britannia Inn and the Dying Gladiator - where the decathletes met up with pub regulars to enjoy disco music and dancing. Mine hosts at the Brit and the Glad are among those featured.
Among those supporting the event were the Kerman family - dad Garry being a guitarist with popular local Britpop band The Dirty Pitchers who play many pub and club venues across North Lincolnshire and will be performing a gig at Brigg's Exchange Bar on Saturday, November 16, from 8.30pm.
The Brigg pub decathlons were established five years ago and have been held at various times of the year since then with a range of themes.
The concept established in 2014 encouraged participants to buy suitable costumes from local charity shops to help boost their takings. Bucket collections in support of charities like the Lincolnshire & Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance have also been undertaken.
Saturday saw a number of Brigg bars, including the Britannia and the Dying Gladiator, open early in the morning so customers could watch big screen TV coverage of the rugby union World Cup final between England and South Africa from Japan.
Apologies for the delay in posting coverage of this fun event which was due to technical gremlins beyond our control. These have now been exorcised! The intention was to share a picture gallery with the Scunthorpe Telegraph and its website.